WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sophomore Chandler Ambrester tallied seven kills to lead the Furman volleyball team to a 3-0 (25-13, 25-23, 25-13) victory over Binghamton Saturday morning in the Paladins' second match of the Georgetown Classic in Washington, D.C. The win extends Furman's winning streak to three matches.
Furman built a quick lead at the start of the match, taking control off 10 Paladin service aces and only 10 hitting errors for the match. Junior Kelly Kirby and sophomore Natalie Braun each recorded three service aces, while freshman Amanda Komisarow added two additional aces for the Paladins.
Kirby hit .625 with five kills, while Braun led the team with eight digs and added six kills for Furman. Freshman setter Sarah McCarthy paced the Paladins with 16 assists in the victory.
Furman (5-6) will face tournament host Georgetown Saturday at 7 p.m.